A gunman killed two people at the Oneida Casino in Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin outside Green Bay, and seriously wounded a third before he was killed by police late Saturday, in what authorities said appeared to be a targeted attack.
2 People Killed In Shooting At Wisconsin Casino This WeekendA gunman killed two people at the Oneida Casino in Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin outside Green Bay, and seriously wounded a third before he was killed by police late Saturday, in what authorities said appeared to be a targeted attack.
President Biden Headed Back Out To Tout Infrastructure PlanInfrastructure has traditionally been one of the few remaining bipartisan issues in Congress, and there is some Republican support for portions of President Joe Biden’s plan. But as CBS News’ Christina Ruffini reports, the $2 trillion price tag is drawing strong opposition.
Some States Still Seeing Spike In COVID-19 Cases; Vaccination Rates FallingCOVID-19 cases are down nationally, but some states still are seeing spikes. Meanwhile, as CBS News’ Chris Martinez reports – vaccination rates are down due to falling demand.
Surge In India Propels Coronavirus Cases To Record Levels WorldwideDaily COVID-19 infections in India topped 400,000 on Saturday, even as America’s pandemic pain is easing. CBS News’ Dany Bacchus reports.
Multiple Injured In Shooting Near Wisconsin CasinoMultiple people were injured and a suspect is in custody Saturday night after a person opened fire near a casino in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Police Reform, Rebuilding America, Vaccination In Spotlight For President Biden's SpeechPolice reform and the plan to rebuild America were in the spotlight on Capitol Hill Wednesday night as President Joe Biden made his first joint address to Congress. Meanwhile, William Walker, the first Black House Sergeant-at-Arms, is from Chicago’s South Side.
President Biden To Address Congress To Mark First 100 Days In OfficeFor the first time in history, there will be two women behind the president in his speech, and the usually-packed chamber will be sparse and socially distant. But as CBS News’ Christina Ruffini reports, COVID protocols will not stop President Biden from trying to lay out his vision for America’s future.
Many Nationwide Have Failed To Get Second Dose Of COVID-19 VaccineNew numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show an increasing number of Americans are skipping their second COVID-19 vaccination shots.
The Derek Chauvin Verdict: Some Heartfelt MomentsFrom the moment the verdict against Derek Chauvin for the death of George Floyd was read in Minneapolis, there was an outpouring. Here is a look at some heartfelt moments.
Legal Analyst Irv Miller: Derek Chauvin Likely To Get Steep Sentence, But Not MaximumCBS 2’s Irika Sargent talked to Legal Analyst Irv Miller – who said while the possible sentence is steep, he does not think Derek Chauvin will get the maximum for the death of George Floyd. Miller also said an appeal is expected.
Derek Chauvin Guilty Verdict Spurs Outpouring Of Emotion, Action In MinnesotaCheers and shouts filled the streets in Minneapolis after fired police Officer Derek Chauvin was convicted on all counts in the death of George Floyd. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
CBS 2 Vault: Walter Mondale Vs. Gary Hart In The 1984 Democratic Presidential PrimaryWalter Mondale, the 1984 Democratic presidential nominee, died at the age of 93 on Monday. In this CBS 2 News archive clip from March 12, 1984, Walter Jacobson has a breakdown from the CBS 2 newsroom of the heated primary race between Mondale, Gary Hart, and several other candidates.
Closing Arguments To Begin In Derek Chauvin Trial In MinneapolisThe fate of Derek Chauvin, the fired Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd, will soon be in the hands of the jury. CBS News’ Skyler Henry reports.
Professor David Harris On Minnesota Police Shooting That Killed Daunte WrightThere was outrage in the Minneapolis area Monday following another deadly police killing -- in which officials say an officer used a gun when she thought she was using a Taser. University of Pittsburgh School of Law Professor David Harris joins CBS 2's Irika Sargent to weigh in on that and other issues around use of deadly force by police.
Congress To Take Up President Biden's Infrastructure PlanCongress is back in business Monday, and President Biden's infrastructure plan will be a top focus for lawmakers. CBS News' Christina Ruffini reports.
Record Number Of COVID-19 Vaccines Administered In U.S., But Cases Rising AgainNew surges in several states are being blamed on dangerous coronavirus variants. CBS News' Danya Bacchus reports.
Another Easter Amid The Coronavirus PandemicCOVID-19 infection rates are up in 27 states – including Illinois and Indiana – even though 18 percent of Americans were fully vaccinated in time for Easter. But as CBS News’ Lilia Luciano reports, variant strains could make the pandemic last longer.
Race Against Time As Crews Work To Keep Florida Wastewater Pond From CollapsingCrews in Manatee County, Florida are scrambling to keep a pond full of 300 million gallons of toxic wastewater from collapsing. CBS News’ Nancy Chen tells us about the possible dangers ahead.
CBS News: Sen. Tammy Duckworth On Striving For 'That More Perfect Union'U.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth recounts her journey from the pilot’s seat to losing both legs in Iraq, and then to Capitol Hill, in her new memoir. As CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes explained, it tells a different story than you might know.
Trial Of Former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin Set To BeginThe murder and manslaughter trial of former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd is set to begin on Monday. As CBS News' Nancy Chen reports, the trial is likely to be one of the most high-profile criminal cases in recent memory.
Police Officer Among 10 Killed In Shooting At Colorado SupermarketThe massacre happened at a King Soopers store in Boulder.
COVID-19: Worries About Variant In New York, Spring Breakers Defy Curfew In Miami BeachThe United States has almost reached the mark of 30 million cases of COVID-19. CBS News' Nancy Chnen reports.
Dr. Fauci Urges Precautions In Face Of COVID-19 Variants, But Pockets Of Resistance PersistAs more coronavirus variants spread throughout the U.S., experts say there are ways to keep new infections from surging once again. But as CBS News' Michael George reports, there are pockets of resistance -- including people burning masks.
Police Step Up Security In Asian-American Neighborhoods After Rampage Near AtlantaChicago Police have stepped up security in Asian-American neighborhoods after the shooting rampage in the Atlanta area that killed eight people this week.